Whether you are a Democrat or Republican or whether you're Libertarian or whatever, you (American people) are the best. And we should not ever forget that. And when somebody does not do the job (like President Obama), we got to let them go.
How exactly has he not done the job, Tony, and how do you think Romney will do something better?
Obama hasn't lived up to anyone's expectations, especially those who didn't like him in the first place and thus placed even higher demands on him than his supporters. That isn't anything new. No ethical lines crossed in that regard. Those same people aren't taking his failures in context, either. It's typical politics to set the bar above reason, make it impossible to get the feet off the ground, and then declare the jump a scratch. Both sides do it. Nobody has a level head, and nobody plays fairly in the game. It's a nation of political scumbaggery.
I voted for Obama. I consider him a failure, and there are lots of things about him that rub me the wrong way. I cannot claim to be honest if I say anything differently. I still wouldn't vote for Romney/Ryan as a ticket. I said this elsewhere: if Obama wins, it will not be because of his merits or campaign. It will be because of how much of a mess and absurdity the Republican party has become. The Tea Party is like the Atkin's Diet. There's something to be learned from both, but they're also dangerous and not things that are longterm goodness. In other words, the Republicans are listening to the wrong voices, and as long as they listen to those voices, they'll be in trouble. The problem is that those fucked voices are also the loudest and will unfortunately be the only ones left in the room before they realize they gutted their own hopes and agendas.
I don't agree with Romney's plans, but even if I did, I wouldn't vote for him. The powers driving the party are ugly powers that I could never respect, even if they had the very best talking head.